Coral8 Updates Complex Event Processor
Software can now use standard SQL language to query Coral8 data
Coral8, based in Mountain View, Calif. today announced a new version of Coral8 Engine, its complex event processing (CEP) software.
Coral8 Engine 5.2 is an incremental release that features several user-requested upgrades, including the ability to use standard SQL language to query Coral8 data. It also includes "audit-trail" event capture. There are new security features, such as integration with pluggable authentication modules in Solaris and Linux.
The Coral8 product is a middleware platform designed to help developers create applications using real-time information. The product "provides a scalable, manageable platform to deploy these real-time CEP applications anywhere and everywhere in the organization," according to the company's announcement.
Developers can try out the product using a free developer version of Coral8, which enables the testing and building of CEP applications.
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